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    Exclamation AEM's In-Tank 320 LPH Fuel Pump Released



    Thought I would share information regarding AEM's new High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump. AEM's results are astonishing with a single in tank pump capable of support 1000hp, of course horse power capability is ultimately dependent on fuel hose diameter, and system electrical voltage and amperage capabilities.

    We have tested this pump on our 724whp Civic Wagovan with impeccable results. I must say, I am very impressed with this pumps capability!

    AEMís High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump is designed for high performance naturally aspirated and forced induction EFI vehicles. It delivers reliable performance and high volumes of fuel flow for roughly half the cost of comparable performance fuel pumps.

    The AEM High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump (PN 50-1000) flows 320 lph (84 gph) at 43 PSI and is capable of supporting over 1,000 HP at 43 PSI.*

    AEM High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump Features:
    - Designed for high output naturally aspirated and forced induction EFI vehicles
    - In-Tank design
    - Tested to flow 320 lph @ 43 PSI
    - 39mm diameter fits most applications
    - Offset inlet design eases installation
    - Each pump individually tested
    - For gasoline vehicles (pump life may be diminished when used with E85 fuel)
    - Kit includes fuel pump, rubber sleeve and end caps, pre filter, hose, clamps and flying lead



    AEM High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump (PN 50-1000) flow and power graph (in PSI) at average pph, .5 BSFC and .65 BSFC. The data in this graph represents a 10 pump average of results collected in testing at AEM. Every AEM High Flow Fuel Pump is tested for flow, PRV activation, and amperage draw. The horsepower figures in this graph are approximate and will vary based on your vehicleís set-up.



    The AEM 50-1000 flows 320 lph at 43 PSI.



    AEMís High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump has a low current draw even at 80 SPI due to its internal turbine pump design.

    TECHNICAL SPECS:
    Weight: 10.1oz (285grams)
    Outside Diameter: 39mm OD
    External Materials: Black plated steel with laser etching
    Inlet Fitting: 7.7mm ID, 11.0mm OD
    Outlet Fitting: 8 mm hose clamp
    PRV Activation: 90 PSI
    Impeller Design: Single Scroll Hard Anodized Aluminum Turbine

    VOLTAGE SPECS:
    Connector Terminal: 6 mm Spade (pos/neg)
    Min Voltage Input: 6 volts
    Max Voltage Input: 18 volts
    Current Draw (40 psi): 12 amps (13.5v)
    Current Draw (80 psi): 15 amps (13.5v)

    * Power rating given at 43 PSI, 13.5v at the pump with a BSFC of .5. Flow capability for horsepower support is ultimately dependent on fuel hose diameter, and system electrical voltage and amperage capabilities.


    Last edited by Julio@Bisimoto; 10-05-2012 at 08:00 PM.

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    I'm looking into this actually right now, why would pump life diminish with E85? Not very specific..

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